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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdoghousedog‧house /ˈdɒɡhaʊs $ ˈdɒːɡ-/ noun  1 be in the doghouse2 [countable] American English a small house outdoors for a dog to sleep in
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doghouseRalph built Grover a doghouse with windows and a hinged door.Snoopy lies on the top of his doghouse almost covered in newly fallen snow.I didn't play much, I kind of got in the coach's doghouse.So why was he in the doghouse?William Floyd was in the doghouse.He staked the doghouse into the ground with three stakes, all he had.
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